What Are You Doing? Autism Awareness Film for School Children
By Yvette Vignando - 5th July 2011
What Are You Doing? is a short film, created by Autism Awareness, which aims to teach school aged children about acceptance and understanding of their peers with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The film addresses some of the fears children may have about ASD, answers their questions and helps show them how they can be a great friend to a classmate on the autism spectrum. The film includes enlightening interviews with the brothers, sisters, cousins and friends of children on the spectrum. Through beautiful imagery, engaging narrative and quirky animation, the film sends a message that children with autism should be accepted, supported and encouraged by their peers to be a part of their community.
What Are You Doing? will be screened at primary schools across Australia later this year and we hope, in the future, throughout the world! But you can be among the first to see it at the fundraising premiere on July 28.